Special Issue on Complexity Theory
"An Interview with Mark C. Taylor" by Thomas Rickert and David Blakesley
"From Nodes to Nets: Our Emerging Culture of Complex Interactive Networks"
by David Blakesley and Thomas Rickert
"To Do Justice To This Moment: Between Exhaustion and Totality"
by John Muckelbauer and Tim Donovan
"Networking the Unpredictable: The Lure of Complexity" by Edith Wyschogrod
"Network Theory and Life on the Internet" by John Johnston
"In the House of Doing: Rhetoric and the Kairos of Ambience" by Thomas Rickert
"Screening (In)Formation: Bodies and Writing in Network Culture" by Jennifer L. Bay
"Strange Loops as (Inter)Disciplinary Ecriture and Invention" by M. Todd Harper
"Snapshots of Complexity: Knowledge-Making and Negotiations in E-Rhetoric"
by Christine Tulley
"Violent Networks: Historical Access in the Composition Classroom" by Samantha Blackmon
"Complexity Theory and Evolutionary Discourse" by David Tietge
"In Defense of Grids: Academic Labor and Academic Freedom in the Moment of Complexity" by Thomas A. Discenna
"An Alternative Network Architecture: Sexing the Moment of Complexity" by Elizabeth Birmingham
"The Teleology of Complexity: A Response to Mark C. Taylor" by Michael Arner
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